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Re: “Mutilations remain a mystery

Hi "bex" your quote "I guess I just can't see the military argument very clearly." That's why it's one of many theories. But one we have to leave on the table. If there is a 2% chance it could be alien, then we have to assume there's at least a 2% chance it's our government. Frankly I would prefer aliens over our government because it's criminal what's going on and no government should be able to get away with it.
chuck

Posted by ufonut on 01/22/2010 at 9:15 AM

Re: “Mutilations remain a mystery

Response to Dennis Felmlee: Hey Dennis there was a slight mis-communication when I was talking about the Alamosa testing. One early theory why so many animals have been mutilated in the San Luis Valley is because of a secret military base in the area. Some say it's near Alamosa, some say it's in Blanca Peak. The story goes the testing and/or experiments in that area could have affected the environment, so the military has been checking by abducting animals and running lab analysis on their tissue. Then they drop the bloodless mutilated animal back on the ranch from which they nabbed to create confusion within the community. So who is doing the mutilations? Well we know it's not known animal predators, so we're looking for the unknown ones. Military? Aliens? Who do we point the finger at?
Thank you and good catch on the Alamosa/Alamagordo gotta help us keep the facts straight.
Chuck Zukowski

Posted by ufonut on 01/21/2010 at 4:16 PM

Re: “Mutilations remain a mystery

thank you Guy.. It's always a pleasure seeing and working with you.
chuck zukowski

Posted by ufonut on 01/21/2010 at 4:01 PM

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